The Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (BLCC) in Hong Kong officially launched on 11 December 1998, succeeding the Belgian Business Association which was founded in 1992. The BLCC is a non-profit organization of business people with an active interest in developing two-way trade. The BLCC membership totals more than 200 individuals representing over 120 companies up-to-date.
Our mission is to create a platform to develop and foster economic, commercial and financial relations between Belgium, Luxembourg and Hong Kong. By organizing networking receptions, workshops and seminars on a regular basis, the BLCC facilitates Belgian and Luxembourg companies to expand their network in Hong Kong.
How have supply chains changed in the past couple of months after several large scale disruptions around the world due to the COVID-19 outbreak?
Together with members of the Swedish Chamber, your BLCC welcomes you to "Managing Supply Chain In Challenging Times" where you will learn more about the current situation for supply chains in Asia. Some of the issues that will be discussed are,
The current challenges for global supply chains brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic;
The impact of the imbalance in market supply and demand;
How businesses along the supply chain can work together to capture new opportunities;
What the industry can learn from the current pandemic situation.
We are joined by Edwin Keh, CEO of Hong Kong Research Institute of Textile and Apparel (HKRITA) who will share with us his opinions & experience within the field. The discussion will be moderated and at the end there will be a Q&A.
The webinar will be in English. Times mentioned are HKT. Webinar will take place on Zoom.
CEO of Hong Kong Research Institute of Textile and Apparel (HKRITA)